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How to plan for a second location

You can never plan too much when it comes to opening a second location. As you know from your first time around, the tough part is the execution — and the more detailed your plan, the easier it will be for you to clear obstacles after you open your doors.

Managing Holiday Stress in the Workplace

While it is nearly impossible to eliminate workplace stressors such as year-end deadlines and client service obligations, managers can find creative ways to help employees manage their stress and enjoy the holiday season.

End of year to-do list for Colorado employers

In a matter of weeks, the state will adopt a new rule on use-it-or-lose-it vacation policies, and Denver will begin the process of increasing its minimum wage. With the new year approaching, now is the perfect time to get up to speed on these changes adjust your policies and practices.

Emerging technologies offer remedies to common ERP problems

CFOs must continue to adopt an analytical and strategic mindset when embracing new opportunities for developing new lines of business and ways to compete, while shedding the transactional mindset of the past.

Hey Private Equity: Are you really the smartest guys in the room?

If you won’t allow (and perhaps push) management to develop a crisp strategy and the plans to execute it, don’t think that your overused practice of making nonaligned, tactical decisions will save the day.

Marketing secrets of the big brands

Once you look behind the curtain at big brands, there are many key strategies that can help smaller companies (with modest budgets) achieve similar, remarkable results.

Clues that you’re not recruiting strategically

A recruiting strategy incorporates multiple tactics to ensure you compete successfully for the talent you need now and in the future.

Defining Your Why: How to Make an Impact

If you haven't already, start to define your own why. Start to think about who you want to impact, the type of impact you want to have and the changes you may need to make. And don't forget to write it down.

Everyone wins when you invest back into the community

Successful business leaders know financial growth isn’t the only measurement of a company’s prosperity. Investing in people, products and services also plays a significant role in performance and morale.

Co-Founding is a Serious Commitment: Saying goodbye

Four startup veterans share what they’ve learned as entrepreneurs including how to maintain control among co-founders, vetting potential investors and takeaways for breaking up a partnership.

Confessions of an Employment Attorney after Extended Maternity Leave

Many employment law questions must be filtered through the lens of the client’s desired business culture — not just the immediate needs of the business.

Succession planning: What professionals want you to know

For any business owner or CEO, a trusted advisor is a crucial asset in devising an exit strategy and helping you consider all alternatives to a sale. Here's what the professionals want you to know.
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